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Trailer Stolen From Georgetown-Ellendale VFW

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ELLENDALE, Del.- Authorities say a transport trailer was stolen from VFW Post 2931 in Ellendale.

According to Delaware State Police, the trailer was taken some time between Tuesday, Oct. 2, and Wednesday, Oct. 3.

George Parker, commander of the post, said the trailer was donated to the VFW. It was used to store and transport chairs, tables and other items for the post's Saturday barbeques.  

"They shocked us in the fact that somebody would even do that to a bunch of vets that fought for their freedom," Parker said. "The emotions really ran wild."

Parker said the facility did have surveillance cameras and they are trying to use the video to help find the person responsible. So far there are no suspects in the case.

The trailer is decaled with VFW Post 2931 stickers and is valued at approximately $15,000.


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